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Spring and Summer/Clothing,
No. 2, Patton's Oak.
RAVE just returned from the Eastern dad
western markets with the largest stock of SPRINH •t
SUMMER CLOTHING ever brought to Towanda, of the
latest and most fashionable styles; which lam prepered
to offer at prices lower than any other Clothing Sture.in
Northern Pennsylvania. Every care has been taken in
selecting MY stock,and the careful purchaser will !Mon
m i uda%g th at they are made and got up equal to cal
toutloods. • I invite the public, my old customers, and
as many new ones as wish to-fafor me with a call, to ea.
amine my goods before purchasing elsewhere. -Additions
wilt be made to ury stock almost monthly during the
spring and summer season, so as to keep my reputation
of having the best stock In Northern Pennsylvania.
I respectfully cal) gout attention to the following list Of
afs—Ffne French Black Frock Coats; Medium do ;
Cotton warp do ; Fancy castintere and doeshin Business
do ; Black Carauncre do ; Fancy Satinet, Tireed and
Kentucky Jean do ; Linen do. of all qualities and gradae.
Pants—Fine black doeskict Paula ; Fine black casa.do;
Fancy cam do ; Black union Caas. do ; Cottonade do ;
Linen, Harsallies, &c, do.
Vegs-=Failey Velvet yesta ; Plash do ; Silk mixed do;
Cassimere tr.:l • 31amatlies do ; Linen do ; Parwer'snatla
do ; Blackluict Forcer Silk do.
A good stock of GENT'S FIHMISHING GOODS, and
BOY'S CLOTHING, of all qualities. Remember to call
at 3f. E. SOLOMON'S.
W. good assortment of SOLE and UPPER LEATH
ER, Kip skins, French and domestic Calf skins, Morocco,
Lining skins, &c., will always be kept on band and sold
at the lowest prices.
Cash paid for Grain, Hides and Pelts.
Towanda, May 23,18G0:
WE STUDY TO PLEASE.
THE EXCITEMENT which has been cann
ed by the Belling of GOODS so cheap at the j
NEW CLOTHING & FURNISHING STORE
• or ,
E. S. BEN - EDICT;
seems to be still greater tbbi aiming, on the :milkl of the
Largext and Cheapest stack of gEN'a BOA :9
of every style and grottopver offered in this mar
ket • together with a doe stock of RATS. C.tPS, UM-
ItRiLLAS, CARPET SC „ EN Ti.E.IIF:N'S FUR
NISHING GOODS, &c. •
Feeling under many obligations for your patronage, for
the last few mouth, I beg leare to call your attention this
goring to my stack of Goods,and only ask you to call and
examine acid judgo for youraelrcs. Your Mad a good
MEN'S BLACK MESS COATS, •
MEN'S BLACK FROCK COATS,
MEWS FANCY CASSIMERE COATI,
MEN'S LATEST STYLE OF RAGLAN: 4 ,
MEN'S LIGHT CLOTHS FOR SUMMER WEAR.
HEN'S SILK MIXED COATS, VESTS AND PANTS,
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
TRIMMINGS SOLI) AT WHOLESALE OR MIMI
BEEBE'S BEST BLACK SILK HAT.
HATS AND CAPS OF THE LATEST STYLE.
LINEN SHIRTS, COLLARS, GLOVES, HOSIERY,
CRAVATS, STOCKS, &c.
OrThose wanting CLOTHING, ['tease give us a tail,
and we will endeavor to please you.
Towanda, April 17, 18G0.
New Arrival of Clothing!
CALL BEFORE YOU BUY !
Z. M. COLLINS
Is now receiving the largest stock of spring
and Summer CLOTHING, eter oared in this market,
which he is selling at astoni.bing low prices. Every one
knows that COLLINS' is the place to buy good Goode
and cheap Goods. His stock is larger this sii i ring than
ever and bouhd to sell at some titice. addi ion he has
t large stock of Cloth,: and c us .si t ere e s t c h he I s
ready, at any time, to make up on short notitic, and all
work done m this line is done in Ins own establishment.
and warranted iu every way or no sale, He 11.‘s one of
the best workmen In the country to oyersee the Tailoring
business, and warrants a good fi . t, every tune, or rio sale
fib stock consists of
DIEN'S SLACK Dwa-s COATS,
MEN'S FANCY CAS:3IMERE COATS,
MEN'S SILK MIXED
MEN'S BLACK CASSIMERE; PANTS,
HEN'S FANCY CASSINERE PANTS,
mr,N . 3 BLACK ts FANCY SILK VESTS,
MEN'S LINEN R. CLANS, ALL 'KINDS,
MEN'S SPANISH LINEN COATS.
MEN'S LINEN PANTS, ALL KINDS,
NEAPS LINEN d, MARSAILLES VESTS,
SOY'S CLOTHING OF EVERT SORT CHEAP,
PAT% ANT) CAP:±,,
;WIRT COLLARS, CRAVATS 4- SCSPENDLRS,
MEWS TWEEDS CLOTHS ALPACA DCSTERS.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS & TRIMMINGS,
CCTTING done, as usual, and warrrauted.
April 27, 1860. J. M. COLLINS
it l llV.7
HE undersigned have opened an office in the building
owned by Burton Kingsbury,' for the transaction of
a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
They will receive money on deposit, and allow Interest
on the same, according to the length of time it remains
in their hands.
They will also receive money on ...leposit, payable on the
depositor's check, on demand.
They will furnish drafts on the 'Fait, in slims to suit
purchasers, at the current rates of Exchange.
They will collect notes and dratts payable at any place
to the'Union accessible to a Bank or Banker.
Persons desiring ,to remit money to their friends in the
Old Country can be furnished with drafts to any amount
from fa sterling, upwards.
From their long experience, and the facilities which
they possesa, they hope to receive a share of the business
appertaining to such an Office.
They refer by permission to the following :
The American Exchange Bank, Nan Fork ;
W: s C r i y ar t
G. M. Hollcnback, Esq., I fritka.Barre.
Hon. J. N. Conyngham,
Messrs. J. M'Cormick,
R. 4. Rosa, Harrisburg.
£C, S. RUSSELL & CO.
Towanda, April 17, 1880.
Carriage Stamilbctory at Alba.
, - REYNOLDS, FELLOWS k.
~ respectfully ill(01111 the people of
•icAlsollso Western Bradford and the pAbile general
ly, that their operations have not been in the least die
karbed by the fire, and they are as mud prosecuting their
business en a ll its branellc. They arc manufacturing to
order, and will keep on hand,
Carriages, Sleighs, .Buggies, Skilitons, Lon*
be! and Democrat 'agens, 4-c.,
made of the very best materials, and in the most substan-
tial and workmanlike manlier. They use nothing but
The( best of .stock, their timber being mostly from the
East, And everything being selected oath reference to its
As an ev ide ace of the value of their work they point
to the fact, that they received the first premium at the
last Bradford County Fair, and at a previous Fair the
first premium for Cutters.
BLILCKSMITIIING done in all its brunches, stud par
tinnier attention paid to Custom Work.
Alba. April 4. 1860.
DAM ESSENWINE respectfully informs
the public that be may still be found at the old
atand - where he has worked for so many years, and where
he %how doing all kinds of BLACIESMITHING, ' the
saute workman-like manner which has distinguished him
for years past
The public is requested to give hint a trial, as by re
newed exertions to please end stslet attention to bald
ness he is determined to mesh a share of public patron- .
HOBBESIIOELIG done in the hest mum, and it
the lowest prima. •
PRODUCE of alt kinds will be taken in the payment
for week, but al edit positively declined.
Call at the old shop of AMU PASENWLNE, east side
of Malt& street opposite Bartlett's Foundry. • - •
Towanda, Ma • 16,1860.
QIIAWLI.—The only place to boy-Shawls
11%.3-ctrap is at VERIVIVSI.
NEW ',ATTRACTIONS ! ,' 1
. . At. Geo. 33. 'Wood's Gallftry,
TOWINTIA;;PA: ' • t 3
You can procure, at low prices, '
Of all sizes, up to life size, either plain or re
touched, colored in oil or pastille.
Also, MELAINOTYPES and ASIBROTYPES. and al
most all other kinds of types. Pictures in good cases for
60 cents, and other sizes and qualities in proportion.
Alelainotypes made in all kinds of weather, (except for
children. All work warranted. August 10.1959.
Tit OLD STAND
STILL IN OPERATION!
THE subscriber would anwninee
Ito the public that he has now on
hand, and will make to order all
I.incls of CABINET FURNITURE,
such as Sofas, Divans.l.oungra.Cen
tre, Card, Dining and , Breakfast Ta•
Lies Mahogany, Walnut, Maple and
Cherry Bureaus. Stands of various
kinds, Clittirs and Bedsteads orevery
deserlption, which are, and will be made of the best ma
terial and workmanlike manner, and which they will sell
for cash cheaper than can be bought in any other Ware
room in the country.
READY-MADE COFFINS, on hand on the most 'rea
sonable terms. A good HEARSE will lie furnished on
Funeral occasions. JAMES KACKINSON.
Towanda, January 1. 1857.
l arl ;
ISSO LUTION.—The co-partnership
tofore existing between the subscribere under the
firm of CULP Sc KIRBY, is this day dissolved by mutual
canzent, The books, notes, accounts, and other obliga
tions and papers belonging to said firm, are now in the
hands of JERE CULP for settlement.
All ttecounts.and notes overdue on the I day of Feb
ruary next, will be e at in course of collection without re
spect to persons. t.. Mil that time C rain ,sheep Pelts and
tildes gill he received In payment.
Towanda, August I, I-349,
8111 hereafter carry on the HAdt.NESS AND SADDLE
BUSINESS. in all its various branches, at the old etand
of Culp A; Kirby. where he solicits a continuance of the
patronage hitherto enjoyed. A large stock of Beady. Made
articles and materials will be kept on band, and every
exertion made to deserve the favor of the public.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
Below .1. Kingsbtoyfa store, /Units 3t.
THE subscriber would respectfully tender his sincere
thanks to the public for the very liberal patronage
extended to him, and solicits a continuance of the same.
Ile begs leave to assure that be intends to keep on baud
as heretofore, a choice selection of SIE‘ITE, of all kinds,
the beet the country affords, which be intends to tell fur
very small profits, either by the aide. quarter or pound.
S ar .\ quontity of tint quality of SALT PORK, put up
by myself, eheap, by the barrel Sr pound,
Meat. will Yin promptly delivered, at any place within
the corporation. -
Towanda, August 12, .1 SI cC A BF..
TOMB STONES'AND MONUMENTS.
Towanda Warble Factory.
(Nearly Opposite the Baptist Church.)
The sul•seribers have opened the TOWAN
DA MARBLE FACTORY, where he will be
t,. prepared to' furnish Monuments and Tomb
_, Stones, manufactured from the hest (polities
A i! of RUTLAND and ITALIAN MARBLE, and
fa b . wrought into such styles and designs 113 will
1t474.4 , suit every variety of taste:
Persons wishing to make their selections
ran do so whenever in Towanda, by calling at
this New Edablistnent.
The superior finality or the stock the artibtical beauty
of the work. and the proaAptnes with which orderb will
be filled, a 11l offer toduconeuta to visit Mite new hbop.
F. IL BALDWIN,
Towanda, Jan. , tBB 7.
/Jon. Nathan' Bristol,
C. If. Shepard, Cashier,
Et. G. Crams, Merchant,
A.lpin & Dottbtoday do.
Rer. 0. Crane, '
•• D.. 1. Shepard,
F. Tyler. PreWt. Bank.
G. W. Buck, &N.
V. E. Piollet.
New Arrival of Boots & Shoes
Ladles' celebrated serge. Long G LITERS, at NELSON'S.
Ladies serge bottomed GA ITERS, at NELSON'S.
Ladies' French kid heeled SLIPPER.% at NELSONS
Ladies' tild and-morocco BOOTS, (Isis own
make and warranted not to rip) at NELSON'S.
Misses' serge Congress GAITERS, at N ELSO'N 'S.
Hisses' kid Congress GAITERS', at NELSON'S.
Mime& Preach kid heeled SLIPPERS, at NELSON'S.
Child's copper-toed SHOES, at' NELSON'S.
Infant's SHOES, at NELSON'S.
All kinds of BOOTS and SHOES, at NELSON'S.
Gent's Oxford TIES, at $1 03 and $1 75, at NELSON'S.
Gent's thick and kip BOOTS, $2.75 & 63, at NELSON'S.
Gent's calf peg'd BOOTS, $3 50 to $1 50, at NELSON'S.
Genre calf Eelved BOOTS, $5 and $5 50, at NELSON'S
They are determined not to be undersold, at NELSON'S
They have engaged the services of Mr.llTEnti,
of New York city, a highly finished work
man. to make first class pegged and sewed
BOOTS, at NELSON'S.
Ladine calf SHOES and BOOTS for SO do"
$1 00 and 111! 25, at NELSON'S
Ladies' Kid BOOTS made to order, for $1
37/ and $1 02i, at . NELSON'S.
Call and leave lour measure, at
All kinds of Repairing, done at
All kinds'of Coptitry Produce taken for Boatel'
sud Shoes, it IitLSON 'S.
Towauda, April 1G,1860.
WAVERLY INSURANCE AGENCY.
INSTJUANCE at fair rates can be obtained of the sub
acriher la the following Stock Company -a :
"ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
Assets January 1,1860,
Liabilities, Claims not due,
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY.
Assets, January 1, 1860
Liabilities, Calms not doe,..
CHARTER OAK EISURANCE COMPANY,
Cash Capital 300,000
Amex, Jamey 1,1860, 936,071
Liabilities, Claims not due, .21,968
AMERICAN EXCHANGE INSURANCE COMPANY,
New York qi4gs
Cash Capital; $ ,000
Pollees honed upon Farm Dwelings, Barns, and their
contents, for a term of years without roptiriega prostasi
note. Applicatlouslitade - b) the' subscliber al ALM k
itenza - Lsw. WiteejWaveriyi mesh% immediate
tentkia, „ •, • B. A....E12dE1i.
Wendy; N.LY. Feb. 22. 11140. ' . Agent:
C. 61) FISB Aftickeref ,
THE ?ND or WOMAN.
E. Ciark's Revolving Looper
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
The Ilevolying Limper i., a late Improvement on Bay
) mond'. Latest Improved.)
Warranted the best In the world for Family tde !
Price Within the Reach of Every Family.
Hemmer, Feller, Binder Tucking gunge, combined, $5.
TH' "potation of this Machine is now fully establish
ed as the most reliable Machine in the market for
family use, and has been attested too by thousands of the
mart respectable fatuities in the Union.
This 'Machine makes the celebrated " Double Lock
Stitch:l the only One made by machinery , that meets all
the requirements of Family Sewing. Each stitch is tied
twice, so that every one is securely fastened and wholly
independent of all the other stitches for strength, so that
If the seam is cat or every fourth stitch broken, tho sew
ing must hold good while the fabric will wear. The
machinery which makes this stitch is a marvel of sim
plicity, requiring no mechanical skill to manage It, nor
does it require adjustment more than the mere change 'of
thread and needles to adopt It to the character of the
work trite sewed—coarse or line as the case may be. It
will sew gatate /aces, and all varieties and kinds of fab
rics between and Including heavy beaver cloth, without
changing either needles or thread equally well, and re
turn to either variety of work with perfect satisfaction.
No other Machine ever °tiered to the public will do as
J. P. KIRBY.
Prof. C. R. Coburn,
Rev Julius Foster.
U. S Mercur, Merchant,
Mon tan , "
Woodruff, Sheriff, '
Cul. A. 'Kean Piot'y,
Lion. P. Wilmot,
•• J. C. Ad lats.
•• Wm. Elwell.
E. A. Parliou4, Ed. Argus.
E. 0. Goodrich,Ed.Reporter.
New York City.
$1, 1,46 00 8.396
A perfect Bening Machine, nne making a stitch an
swering all the requirements (lithe family, sewing course
and flue work equally well. teas the great desiderata:a of
the home Circle, previous to the 'notation of EUWIN
CLARK'S Tirvol.vrsc; Leona. The stitch is
trong, and elastic. and will nut rip in wear or in acci
dentq breaking a thread.
Every Machine is warranted to give satisfaction or the
=Gamy refunded. •
'4'e have a large list of references but will give the
=ice of only n feW •
Mr. F.. F. Sn tn.- Sir: 1 have tined for the hest three
mouths in my Tailor-Shop. ono nays/vises Went
Improved Sewing Machines," and I do think it the bent
in Übe for tailoring purpose, end would not do without
it for One Hundred Dollarl if I could not get another of
the kind fur let,. money.
Mo 4. \Vm. Elwell, Towanda. l'a.
11 is Harriet Allon North Towanda.
Miss Minerva Vo:hur-4, (tailteo,) Rut Ungtuu• Pa.
Mrn. Elizabeth Scalds, A slits os , I'4,
Mrs. J. lexitusier. Troy, Pa.
:Mrs. 1.... P. Shaw, Slie,•hequin, Ca.
Ilev. N. A. Derew. Penfield, N. V.
Calvin Carpenter, F.sq.. Elmira, N. V.
Mr. E. A .Scott Ehnira. N. Y.
Ms. M. 'Richardson, Elmira, N.Y.
Mrs, .1. 11. Webb, Towanda, Pa,
Mrs. Nevit, Towanda, Pa.
Mr. It. Bilitting, (tailor) Tewanda. Pa.
Mrs. G. W. 'Vincent. SheAhequin. Pa.
Mr. A. tiallon, (tailor) Mobreeton, Pa.
Mr. Perch al Piiwell, (tailor) Shenhequin, Pa.
Mrs. Owen Spalding. Waves la', S. E.
[Sr. r. If. Morgan, Wysoz. Pa.
All orders by mall or . Elvpress will receive prompt at
teation. Persons not having the full amount can be ac
commodsted with short credit.
A liberal diecount given to Agents. Address
Alnn•h B. SHAW. Towanda. Pa.
//- 0 %'!~
LncATED ovEn TEL St'SqUELI ANNA VALLEY BANS
ZINGILAVITON, N. T.
ILoOntFi open for Instmotintl, from 9 . A.ll. to 9a T.ll
D. W. LOWELL, P..inciiiaL Profeeisur of the Science of
Accounts, Practical Ac , ountitot. Author of
Treatise upon tOok-Keeping, filia;;Tamei illustrating the
JOHN RANKIN, rnmmerei.,l Acentitaml, Professor of
Kook. Keeping and Practi..al Mathematics.
J. WARNER, Prole.sor of Practical and Ornamental
Penmanship, Commercial Calculation. and Lonespon.
Hon. DANIEL DICKINSON, Lecturer ou Commercial
Low and Political Economy.
Hon. RANSOM B A LcOM , Lectnriq on Contracts, Prom.
Isaory Notes and 14i11R of Exchange.
Rev. Dr. E. ANDREWS, Lecturer ou Commercial Ethics.
EXAMINING COMA ITT:E.
Ron. Sun D. PIIELPN, WILT.I.OI R. 06121:RN ESq
TRACT G. MORGAN, Eati.
The object of this College is to afford to all an oppor
tunity of obtaining a thorough Bushiest! Education.
The Bouka and forms arc carefully arranged by practi
cal accountants expressly for this Institution, and em
brace all the recent improvements.
The course of Instruction -comprises every department
of husinea. The learner will be thoroughly taught the
science and practice of Double Entry Book-Keeping as
applied to the following kinds of business, viz :—General
Merchandizing, Manufacturing, Banking, Commission,
Steam boating, Railroading , Forwardibg, Freighting, For
eign Shipping, &c.
Ladies' Department entirely separate from that of the
Students can enter College at any time and receive in
dividual instruction. By this arrangement every• student
is permitted to progress as rapidly as his enterprize and
ability will permit, and when thought perfect and coin
petent, will receive a Diploma which will enable him to
review at pleasure.
Time to complete the course, from Six to Twelve Weeks.
No vacations. Board $2 and $.2.50 per week. Assistance
rendered to Graduates In procuring situations.
T E M S
For Book-Keeping, full aceoutant's course, including
Practical Penmanship. Commercial Computations and
Divlotoa.—(Time unlimited) *35 00
Same course for Lallies, (separate apartment) 20 00
Penmanship and arithmetic 10 00
Teacher's course in Penmanship, practical and or
namental 30 00
Twelve lessons In Praetlbal Pentnaniihip 2 00
4r Occasional eimmes will be formed in Phonography.
For further particularr send for a circular.
Binghamton, March 15, 1800.-11,11.
For Young Ladies.
MISSES CHI:TRUCK respectfnlly in
form the public that the
. Spring term of their school
will commence on Monday, the 2Gth day of March
in the room formerly occupied byilicm.
Thankful for the liberal patronage extended to them
during the put year, Misses C. fissure their patrons that
no pains will be spared to merit a continuance of the con
fidence of those who may confide pupils to their care.
MISS FANNY L. CHUBRUCK will have entire charge
of Music; and a limited number of scholars only will be
mum, PER spasms or 14 limas.
First Class—To include the demean.) , English
Branches Et 00
&mad Class—To include the more advanced
English branchesmith Mathematics and Latin $6 00
Third Class—To include Mathematics, Moral
and Mental Philosophy, Rhetoric, Botany, ite.,
with Latin •• • SI 00
lifusie•—lnstruction on the Piano, with use of Instru
ment per quarter, 410 ; French, per term, $3; and Draw
ing St; extra.
Each pupil will be expected to provide herself with a
dixik sad chair.
• arAny hiforination in TefOrence to Ulm Behold may
be otttalitell by applying to H. S. Mews! or B. T. Fox. •
Towanda;Decexba , •
K.ed, Tanners, Neniefoet, Machinery. and C0aL049,,
'Coach Be4y,Tarliture, DinaWansi Mimeo Venn* and
Japan, for :ale at MERCUW&
MYE S =IVE ILLS .
Tm undersigned having purchased the above well
known mills and attached to It a Steam gpgine, and
alai) pot every thing, connected with it In pilect repair,
with- all the modern improvements uow in use in find
class Flouring Mills—would respectfully solicit the pa
tronage of the' community—trusting that the reputation
the moll has heretofore borne may not salter in the hands
of the new firm. It shall be our aim to do all work en
trusted to us promptly and to the beat possible m nue?.
Customers from a distance may rely upon having their
work done at once, so as to make but one trip to mill."
Mr. FROST will continue to give hie own personal at
tention to the business at the mill.
CASH paid for all kinds of (MAIN •, also Flour. Meal
and Feed for sale at the lowest market prices.
MYER, FROST & CO.
ISAAC 'ATER 3 0. FEOST E T. YOX.
Norm TewAs vs, Oct.
GEO. H. BUNTING,
RESPECTFULLY informs his former cuatotnera and
the public generally, that ho has removed his
1 1 .A.2LOR'S SUOP,
To one door south of Tracy A, 31oore's store and Imme
diately opposite P. C. ifall's Stove and Tin Store Hain at.
He flatters himself that from his long experience in bu
siness he will be able to please all, who may favor him
with their custom. Owing to the low pmmare in the mo
ney market. he will make Coats from $:.! 50 to $4, 50 each
and other work in prciportion rot READY PAY.
Country Produce lit payment, will not be refused, 11
feral Towanda, March '2O. 18:ifi.
The Argus Book bindery
Again in Pull Operation !
t a o re our ti r o r w pr
pared to do
in all its Branches in the latest and moat approved styles,
and on the most favorable terms.
Having secured, permanently, the services of Mr.
C. WISITVKAit. a tioished workman from Philadelphia,-
and having added eXtensively to the fixtures of the con
cern—giving greater facility than formerly--we can pre
sent to the public the most positive assurance of our atilt.
Up to pleout our patrons.
ri - j - Customers should be particular to remember that
the " Argus bindery,'' is in the Argus Building. a. form
erly, (first building north of the Ward House) and is con
nected with our Li mk and Stationery Store and Printing
Office. Miele all woth should be delivered.
CALMON.—We are compelled in justice to ourselves,
and our old c istomers, as well as to prevent an imposition
upon the public generally. to caution thtin again.t a sort
a concern, that falsel:i bolds out to thy pul.lie that It to
the Argos fraud is prdeti,ed un doabt.
with a hope of deluding the Public. Against this bold
nod deliberate attempt to deceive, they are hereby cau
vz, - Particular attention paid to rr-ninding
/K - Country Produeu of all kinds taken in payment
P4l - Having made romplete rirranzement, we are pre
pared to Bide and Bled BLANK WPtKn to any .t . ;:e ur
pattern, at prices as low as else.% here.
Sowarnia. March 5. .t . P.l
Tl, E fitt s , „cr v. lh •t e jild rlel+7,44eetuf:lllll')lrin"l;)nrlnfr°tlnl• Rena
has motored his Plain and Fancy Bindery to ttie North
Room of the tVa:4 'louse, formerly oceurded by the
flhil t, w ehe is now pm 'Tared to band ail hiudo
Books in the In ist approveJ and workmaMike manner -
Ira% to hare my fa , lit, %ill; no Fe.:ortil pc r-01l 1 thtt•
ter myseli that my prices will meet the satirtaellon of the-
Thankful for the eunfidence report , l in me and the pill,.
llc appreclatimi nt illy work, for the lost tso ) ears. I
shall endeavor in the future to met lt the duutinuitace
Paetienlar attention clven to re-binding Benka. All
a - 01k w ill he wal ranted. Terms, Cash.
/fir Also,f4 large assortment at STATATYNERY of the
best qmility. at the lowest prices. Justices and Cuusta
hle's KA. of all kinds.
PICTI:11B FBABES, round, square and nval ; and pic
tures framed to order, cheaper titan ever know
Jolt tNN [lE:cm:.
Tow:m.l.l, Jan. 11, 1 SO
" be. or not to be— hat 13 the quest:on
Whether Its nobler in the mind to ',otter
The olings and arreas of outrageotn. orpotttlion.
Or by taking up :rims against a eca of printing ink,
And opposing, end them."
r FIE: peorriet.a - or the .Irgibt takes ootasion in tither
tising Its Bindery to indulge in :to itneancri for thnty,
about a "Snit of a eoneery," to deltic' ,
the ymblio.” A- I have opened a (tindery on
rOUI , t, the Inteience is that if the putdbt brig their
binding to me. they are in no danger of Icing dociumied.
For two years I ha% n worked for Mr. l'am..n.:+tild he
has taken great paten t N I ti. 4) 111, public Ia as the best
kinder in Atueri. - .1, - as the entnn n ts of the -Irr,,ns will
eq t iIF. Han he been all that time •• deluding the pill,
lie It I have iigagod in a fraud, he has boob tht•
principal. lint I refer to wt• nark during that Inue
evidence that there tai Leen no fraud practiced.
Having set ve4 a long apprentice hip at the Hauler).
, 1 twee te-itated bu•-taetir, hi-re my van ai
count,as 1 know of nothing whir h prevents me from fol
lowing a legitimate and hawfnl calling for my support.--
I shall endeavor liy good work and attention to my IJUSI
IWAR to Ova public tiatisCartion.
Nardi 13. JOHANN P. BENDER, Hinder.
2usquelpitita 6ollegiatt arnstitutt,
TOWANDA, L'ILIDIoRD CO., P.t
OLIVER S. DEAN. A.B. Principal. Profee.tor of Ancient
I.3w:lT:ores, and Mental and Moral SeienerK.
WM. H. DEAN, A. 13- Associate Principal, Professor
of Mathematics and Natural Svienee.
Prot. CHARLES R. CI /BURN, County Snperintendent
General Iliremor of Normal Department.
Mrs. ANN e. E.EI .4 . 1);(1. PrPreptrk?,' , .
MSS'S ANN A M. DEAN. A.::) tint Prcocrtre..s.
Mi.s MARY B. ALLEN, Thlohcr of Vocal and Instrn
Mr. CANFIELD DAYTON, Stovall.
The White! Term commences WEDNESDAY, NO
V13113F.11 31, and will continue 14 creeks.
SCITION, I'M Milt :
'Payable Invariably in ndvanee, or one-balf on entering
We echool, and one halt at the middle of the terns—fuel
and contingencies included.]
Primary, per ternt $ ft 00
Preparatory' 6 00
Higher, I,:d year, Crp term 7 00
Higher, Ist and 2d year, per term R 00
Classical, Ist year, per term 7 00
Classical, 2d and 3d year, per teen , 800
Collegiate, per term 10 00
N. R. Pupils will he classed by the most advanced
branch they respectivelv pursue.
Paplla using schotaratips are charged $1 per term for
fuel and contingents.
Board in the institute, per week, including fuel
and light 2 00
Washing, per dozen 38
The Collegiate year is divided into three terms of 14
weeks each. The Anniversaiy exercises will be held at
the close of the Spring term.
No deduction will be made for absence. except in case
of protracted illness of OCT two weeks.
Instrumental Music will not, as heretofore, be taught in
The Institution, but by special arrangement—a class will
be taught In a hall adjoining the grounds of the Institute,
by the Teacher ot Vocal Music.
This arrangement has been adopted for the past term,
and experience has proved it to be eminently superior to
the plan pursued iu former years. Special pains will be
taken to secure the greatest progress of those wishing to
take lessons in this branch. Terms will be as heretofore :
Tuition on Piano Forte, per term $lO 00
Use of instrument for practice 3 00
Pupils boarding in the Hall will furnish their own tow
els, ac., and the table eiicer a. their option. It is desira
ble that they also furnish their own bed and bedding
when it is convenient. but when otherwise, these will be
furnished at a slight charge.
It is strongly recommended that students from abroad
should board in the Institution, as better opportunities
for advancement in study are thereby secured.
Normal Department—Special exercises are arranged
without extra charge for those preparing themselves as
Teachers of Common Schools. Prof C. R. COBURN, the
able and well known Superintendent of Common Schools
in the county, bas kindly consented to organize the Tea
cher's class, and direct the course to be pursued.
Ile will also be present to conduct its exercises as often
as practicable, and will deliver frequent lectures on the
Theory and Practice of Teaching, as also on other subjects
connected with Normal training.
Those persons, therefore. intending to engage in teach
ing for the winter, will Bed it greatly to their advantage
to bepresent during the Full term.
Prof. Coburn's connection with the institution is not
-such INA* hr any way interfere with the discharge of the
regtdar duties of hle office. '
No pains will turepared:onthe part of tbeTactrity and
Trustee/tin sustaining the high repulatation the Institu
tion has hitherto en)oyed, and - in rendering it more wor
thy of future patronage-and support.
WILLIAM L DEAN, pri ncipals.
Aug. 9, 1859. - OLIVES S.. DEAN,
TT ARDWARE.- r -A NEW LOT JUST
received as - • NERCUR'S.
No. 4, Patton's Block, Towanda, Pa.,
Ilavc recently' adaealarzely to their stock of
BBAS , a MEINIONES„
They alzo have: coastantly on hand
PTE WINES AND XLIQ'UCILS,
FOR JIEDICIN AL VC RPO6ES
At the lowest rates, and BURNING FLUID, of superior
quality, manufactured expressly ior the gua-jet Fluid
Lamps. They also keep all the l'opular
of the day. Every article going from this store Ls war
ranted as represented, and if any prove diflerent, they
wilt he cheertully taken Lack, and the money refunded.
Towanda, Feb. 1.1x59. Pr. E. D. PAY N F..
, ' ;A:- •
-, c;; -
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c. • 4 - •
• • .‘
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" J.:4* -5"
STORRS & CITATFIEL_D
OWEGO, N. Y ,
Are ageubi lur the sale of
Wheeler's Patent Railway Cain
11 0 It - P 0 -\\,- E
Combined Thresher and Winnower,
(with vo->ra,hvg rnit.tor.)
Single or One horse Power and Separator,
wHEELEWS CLOVER it CLLF.R,
LAWN:NCI: SIIV-1111.1.zi, (for sawing wood, 11:c.)
Al: the tth.tre nutelthit-t are manufactured by. Wheeler,
tr e ii..k. S e”., Alt.atty. N. V., and are teal ranted to give
eatne ~a t i,o- R v ii,m. or may be returned at the expiration
0: a rtlu-071aL , IL 1,;M: Sir Crlal.
S. EOR 1 1 1 07.7& Co.'s
CELEBRATED DOG POWERS, FOR CHURNING &C,
CupelJally oil bud.
far Farmer,. and ,•thic t•, prnrtir,: arc of tie
V, ill tl , l 1 . ,1 1I ez
TOWANDA HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
IR ON AND STOVE STP.E.
.".- 1.j. r .., , , ,. .1,. to 11?.'(1 , , , .*.1.` and Stovits. Iron I
4.‘„,' • ~.,,,,..;,i . 14,:.r. .i.,,.., - tE.•I N all- - -rt- h, t ila.s, li.,ints 1
......__,J,.......,..a-z,..;r4t aril t'llr. ilea-c Trinunino.,__
,T l -., , ,,......--...._.... E ...;;;:k31 . . 11 1,• , , I , . • t . ',triage to nit t 1 in -•,.
~,F „ .l
: ' ':i ..ltP:'; ~ ' ;;I .o,iol nr.tt I lntli , rnd Laces. l'arri.7gt•
0..a. i .,,....;, ; .. 1 1 p. „,. , -! .-t., 11...: \
. ‘ ..nd , ite'it t 51 ., •,rin0..,.. ca l •
; ',4 , c-..z.„: la .i . • ... ,1.“ .10111%. id I lane- ,
'" "'`iii• ....,,,,, . At. •. A t rn. t lintel. and all
• . t,•. - -1. - - ;t: , PY ' t• '' :•• r To.d,—r ross r Gt. 3111'
' - 'f.f..--=. f -, 7:--- 1 .-'44 7 , q ,I 1": , • Itlr Saws, Ildatk , n,itt;
_I -: ... ~..•11.,c. A ni. Vv.., V, e.
11 onin •ra and Screw Plates.
Axes. Broad Narrow, T a!!t and li.tud If itcheis —calde.
Log. '1 rti•n• and Haiti, rintin.t,l:rowbars. Picka, Shot el-.
and Said , .., .
IV( '1: LT AND TA TILE r ri - LEIII - --Shear. and Sei. , •
5 ,, T ,,. r,,3 4 .. J . To,d, or all, V... 1-, Bra.s and Kn3ineledKettleN,
Shovel and Tongst•-•• Si ,,, r/ . .1: , '! Ladles, Into and Pads.
m„ ps an d wa,hi j oard, and all other kinds of house-keep
In the HARDWARE line. !Vat., Tit ittinis, .lappaned
and Plain Tin IThre. single or in -etts. Bar, Band, Scroll
and Hoop Iron, i.teel of all hint?.. Nail liord.„kr, pu i rem
Lead l'ipe and all the nu esoary tixtares for water works.
Patent, Stretehed Leather Belting and String Leather.
and 10,000 other articles too numerous to mention, that
we are now receiving direct - from the hands of nrunnfac
turers andimporters, includiag the largest assortment
and greatest variety of
13 'Z' OVES
Storrs 25 per cent. less than !ism/ for - Cash,
or Grain at the.highest markst prices.
Coal and Wood Cooking. Coal and Wood*Parlor„ Dining-
Room, Six Plate and Cylinder, ever brongh t into Northern
Pennsylvania or Southern New York ; all of which we
are now prepared to sell at wholesale or retail. at as low
rates. and on as good Triots as can be found this aide of
New-York. from the fact that all oar goods were bonpit
of first hands and in full package, and large r i ttaurihee,
that gives us CO advantage over smaller purchasers and
Dry Goode dealers, that will enable us to Well from 5 to
IS per cent. less than any of them, which advantage we
shall offer to any who will favor us with a call before pur
chasing elsewhere. a .
A large quantity of Tin ware, Stove Pipe and Elbows
always on hand, wholesale and retail. All kinds of Job
Work done to order, on abort notice and warranted. •
Don't mistake theplace to buy STOVES and HARD
WARE cheap—one door South of Tracy At Moore's, and
Powell's new block on Main street, lu the new Wood
Grain and Country Produce, old Iron, Brass, Brittanla
and Copper, Dried Fruit of all tinds, Feathers and Bees
wax wanted for goods.
10,000 Sh6ep Pelts wanted, for which the highest price
cNsil will be paid.
eV" No credit given over four months, and all has
acc.oinits or notes over due ha.' better call and pay
Unmediately, if they wish t save cost.
Towanda, October 13, ISSS.
TO THE tiI'VEIIS OF
FUR,NI7URE A.LVD CildIRS.
HAVING greatly increased my former
• - stock of Cabinet Ware and Chairs, I am
determined to dispose of these acettmlua
lions rapidly, and with that design offer all articles at
unprecedented low prices, for Cash.
" 00,1 Sofas at $l6 to $2O, fine Cane Seat Chairs 75 its.
each, a nice Bedstead for 20 shillings.
I have now more than GO diffyreot patterns of Chairs,
Bureaus, •Desks for the ihrtner or merchant, Looking
Glasses, Looking glass Plates,Portrait and Picture frames
of gilt, Rosewood, Mahogany and Walnut corner ; 20
patterns of Stands ; extension, dining., tea and work Ta
bles, Hall Stands, and In tact anything that can be found
in a city Ware-house.
A large assortment of ready-made Coffins, with a good
Hearse ready, at all times.
Purchasers Will be sure to find the right place, south
side of the public square, ono door east of If ontanyeL
Towanda. Dec. 1,1859. CHESTER , WELLS.
OLLSOPT AND °Arrow TOTS.
lITAVO on hand the lamed and groatest
variety of CANDY AND CANDY TOYS to be found
in this town, Which I will sell at retail cheaper than any
CANDY of all kinds sold to those who buy to sell again
at Pedlar's prices.
Towanda, Dec. 15, 185 D. E. T. PDX.
ri_LASS AND SASH.--100 boxes Glass,
tfit 1000 lights Saab far sale at •
Oct. 1A,1859. OCKVI.4'i,
D. C. lIAT,T,
ruktl Itet:o! Prz!rr
na-0114AS i Iti.TURNER,PHYSICIAN
stillGßON;Nrth 13L4 professional servicsis to
The inhabitants of Towanda and vicinity. Nice and re*.
I._..nce.irk the dweiling. recently occupied by leoren
one 4oct:r north of the Episcopal Church, ou Xll4,
OVEDTOSti JE - 0 D. YONTANiE.
nVERTON &` MONTANYE, ATTOR -
LI NE YS Al' LA IV—Office is Vniou lock, former ,
y occupied by JIH. 31ACPAIlt.in.
D. A. 3: MADILKA , . PD. Stttao'sr:
Air A DILLI MORROW, ATTORNEYS
eIND MUNSELLORS AT 14 W,-013ce
over 3fercur' Store. Towanda. Pa.
Towanda. A pril 2. 18. n43-tf
T- 1 11. E. 11. MASON, PHYSICIAN AND
1,/ SURGEON, offers his processional services to the
people of Towanda end vicinity. Office at his residence
on Plne street, where he can always be found when not
EB. PARSONS, ATTORNEY AT
o LAW, TROY, Bradford Co., Pa. Office over V
F. Long otore._ _ Aug- 7. 156.
B. M'KEAN, ATTORNEY
AT LAU', TOWANDA, PA.; will pay prompt
attention to.biminerm entrusted to him. Collections madt
on reatonatiie terms, with prompt remittance. octlu
VIM A.N A. N having returned to
14 Towanda, has opened a Law Ogee over .ifertlife
Store. Der. I. 19.57.
D It. 31. WESTON, DES=
—.118041116 774'7, permanently located In Towanda.
OFFICE one dour wodttotatiley&Neveas'
Towatola, I:1. I
0. .IM. 17i7OODEttirr---DZINTIST.
pEII:IIANEN'LLY located in Towanda.--
1 Mice No. 5. I;rick over If. W. Noar.c.,* Store.
Entrance one dooroiontls of Tracy it Moores.. dec.Ltf.
11.1:. G. S. PECK, SURGEON AM)
.11Eci1.4.Wc.4 f. DENTIST,IIOW AS Da. Pa.
IfirOnitp, N... I, Brick Itow, over t"... T. Fox's store
—entrance sirs Amy 01 Vine %t. Febroary
1 -1 C II \V AT K. I ,ITTORNE Y A7'
tr, TO xv r) A „
onke oppo,ite Laporte, Macon Co.
and ititriittuti with pnimptuess
Jatinary 2, 150.
DR. PORTE S
OLD DRUG STORE,
!read, admit ttd
...nre , t and moot approved
BUG HOUSE IN NORTHERN PENNSYLVANIA!
Au estal,ltellt.l reputatiol lurteeplug the beet utedichlc
:5 ;11 iv. and at i 51 - at", ror colopotinding, and pre
M:DICIN AND PRESCMPTION4,
y pPr. , n4, who 4i.vote
the most rare :it trot tt , n.p:t.‘ the -trl , test rrg.trd
t.) k 44
,Lt:,l In, Lr tmlut,
punt .llnns he.,:OlllC
With pi - 'ea rcvi,, , ed to eorrrlyn.,l With the market.
TV HO I, l',:c .1 I, I': _4 XD RETA IL,
•I I. .1:.T!cl Es '4 ItEVEESENTED
,ut trrafizrw,ltA ManufActlitem.imraf ,
trr s .t (i..t .1.1 , 41 - 14 l'amha•
ro• • 3t :•As •
I.:C I: 1 . 1: IN
Paints. Oils. Varnishes. Wass,
DRUGS & DYE-STUFFS.
Err, (I(l.)Nire b el; will
p for ',l4h !
}:l , ,
(if Foaps, Perfumerv, Brushes, Combs,
Pocket Itnives and Razors,
Lumps (ncl Materials for liAt.
TIII.7SSES s SUITORTER,
WINES AND L}O'JORS, ONLY FOR MEDICINE
TOBACCO & SNUFF
ill Mr 1 . -)Hprilto• Patent Jfedici4s,
Tooth, Skin & Bair rroparatinna
Fancy Articles of 'all Descriptions,
Erlcair, Bctanic and lkinceopathic 31edirines
Spices, Ilt,-(1 .kred , Lamp Shades and G;trdoz Seeds.
FISH TACKLE, AMMUNITION, .tc
Con-Muting the most complete assortment, enthricins
the great wants of the People. reduced in Price,
and revLsetl for the Cash Syttem.
DR. PORTER'S CAIIPHEYE!
DR. PORTER'S 7.r0i101.!
PR. PORTER'S 3 3C:RNING PINUP !
Are Fresh, daily prepareil. and unrivalled by any in On
R. PORTER'S PREPARATIONS
For Family Use,
Known 94 Safr ncliAlOr nrinedie4. warranted let
what thry a:e intended to ghe zaurttelion.
Pr. Porter's Pectoral Sento price 371 cents
Pr. P.v: t el- 'N rivi;) s' 1:11,1•7•R•2t ',N... . . •• 2.:, ••
Pr. Porter'• T, , ni.• 1.:I:x. r.. . : . • • SO
Pr Porter'. W, rat ••••yr, ~ . .... ... .. " 25 "
. I 'out! , St r. Dypopho.pline... •'lOO "
I , r. Po'Aer'. l't, line T.,ni‘ - , '' 150 "
Dr. Porter'. Illacklierry Unisztro..... ..... " 7.5
Pr. Porter'. T i.•th Ache Props. st - " 25
Pr. Porter'. Cephalic
Dr. Porter'. Tooth Powder .
Dr. Porter . s Tricogene "
il 25 • a
Pr. Porter'. Triciiiihilo 15
Pr. Porter's Sh.troron . " 25
Pr. Porter's Hor.c and Cattle Lotion " 377, "
Pr. Porter's Dorm. and Cattle Powder " 25 "
Dr. Porter'. Bed Bag Poison •II 25
Dr. Porter's Black LA. , •. 25
Pr. Porter'. Ile:twin:: Fluid • 371 ''
PI. Porter'. Rat .:.1 )lice P0 i50n........ •• 25 -
Pr. Purtvi . , Cltrate Magutela ,
Medical idv ice given gratuitously at the Ate
Charging only for Medicine.
gar Thankful for plot liberal patronage , would remeef
fully announce to liis friends and the public that no pain ,
shall be speed to .atisfy and merit the continuance al
their confidence and Patronage, at the
C l _,.-‘. SI-I DRUG STOKE
Corner of Main and Pine Rtreets.
June 30, 1800. R. C. PORTER, R. P.
CLOSING UP OF NAVIGATION.
BREJK IN THE C.IN.IL!
500.11711'02yRtiy%boony. Ltovre,s.tto`fh e
Store. We have Jost received ,the largest twortment
STCVES ever brought to this market, both for Coll and
Wood Cookiug. Parlor Coal and Wood Parlor, Ditlia
room Slx-&4e and Cyllndercd Stoves. Some of*
'celebrated Empress Coo.. Stoves, itut best Coal Store eret
manufactured, all of which will be sold cheaper tlx*
any othJr establishment in this country..
A large quantity of Tin Ware; Stove Pipe, MOO.
Coat Rods, Coat Shovels and Coat Sitters, alwsr"
hand, and for sale at Wholesale ;or Retail. All kit* d
castings and machine work done'.to &aro short noW•
Particular attention paid to Roofing, Evo Troughs.
doctors, Gutters and all kinds o Jobbing done and 1 "' .
ranted to glie catiOctical.
Alt kinds of Second - Rand Cooking Stoves 00 Psi
which will bus* very cheap. Please give ni a call L
Towanda 'Av. 2.1859. JOHN COOFAN.
CAATTON —Whereas, MARTIN
G;LL,lndentareel W me, has left me, without sal
gooi mugs, thii,is forli4l alt peruoau harboriai;
trotting Mann seconut./
ToomPla, May • NV, BOW 1 1 VN